For three weeks we have started a double page layout by starting with one 12″x12″ sheet of designer series paper (DSP) and cutting it to span the to pages on a double page scrapbook layout. This week we will be using this same idea, however our orientation of the DSP will change.
*My apologies for the week delay in posting-technical difficulties & a busy week left no time to fix them until now…thanks for bearing with me…On to the layout:
The 5″x12″ DSP on this layout will be applied flush with the outer sides of each layout page, with the 12″x1/2″ Silver Foil strip against it .
Since we’ve flipped the orientation of the DSP to the sides, we’re including small banner strips (1″x11″ & 1/2″x10″) to ground the large (9 3/8″x8.5″) Rich Razzleberry mats which contain the smaller Whisper White photo mats (6″x4″ and 3″x4″).
The stamps used on the 2.5″x1″ banner piece are from the Project Life Hello Lovely Accessories. The same Hello Lovely accessories stamp set was used for the flower on the journal card.
I really love the Mediterranean Moments cafe scene stamp and chose to add it on a 3″x3″ piece of Whisper White cardstock and used the wonderful watercolor pencils and blender pens to color the image. I later matted in on 3.25″ square of Sweet Sugarplum and added to one of the 6″x4″ photo mat areas where I used Blooms & Bliss DSP and centered a 6″x1.25″ strip of Rich Razzleberry cardstock under the stamped image.
Having the Rich Razzleberry watercolor pencil really helps the color flow with this Blooms & Bliss cardstock. I love the color coordination with Stampin’ UP! products!
For my beginning scrapbookers: Remember that this same layout design can be created with different designer series papers & stamps to fit your photo needs.
I do not add titles to all of my scrapbook pages, and instead rely heavily on a journal card to tell the reader the information behind the photos. However, if you prefer having titles, try adding smaller ones along the sides or longer titles across the bottom of this layout.
I hope you enjoyed these 4 weeks of beginning scrapbook design layouts. My apologies again for those who were waiting a whole week longer on this last post in the 4 week series. Thank you for your patience.
May is National Scrapbook Month. What better time to get scrapping!
Until next time…